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Apple rejection due to Entitlements (For Mac App) Mac provisioning portal also wanted.

explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
edited December 2012 in Tech Support
EDIT: The problem has been partially fixed, Mac Provisioning Portal location required.

Here is the exact rejection message

"In order to continue reviewing this app, we require additional information.

This app uses one or more entitlements which do not appear to have matching functionality within the app. Please describe how and where the app uses the following entitlements by adding your comments to the Resolution Center. You will not need to upload a new binary to provide this information.

Apps should have only the minimum set of entitlements necessary for the app to function properly. If there are entitlements that are not needed, please remove them and submit an updated binary. You will need to Developer Reject the app to upload an updated version.

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com.apple.security.network.server
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Any solution

Comments

  • MantoManto Posts: 793Member
  • SlickZeroSlickZero Houston, TexasPosts: 2,870Member, Sous Chef
    Is this a Mac App Store submission, or the iOS App Store?

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  • explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
    Mac as said in the title
  • SlickZeroSlickZero Houston, TexasPosts: 2,870Member, Sous Chef
    Okay, just checking.

    From what I understand, entitlements are usually involved with Sandboxing, or iCloud type of things. Do you have iCloud enabled in iTunes Connect? Turning that off usually corrects the issue.

    They usually state what the issue is with, like with Sandboxing. Although, they have changed a lot over there in the last several months. They tell you there's a problem, but don't tell you what the problem is.

    I have no friends. I'm a loser that makes video games all day. Will you be my friend?

  • explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
    How do I turn off iCloud, or tell if it's even on
  • SlickZeroSlickZero Houston, TexasPosts: 2,870Member, Sous Chef
    Go into the Provisioning Portal, and click on the "App IDs" link and navigate to your games App ID and click on "Configure" on the far right. Check to see if the box for iCloud is checked. Actually, if any of those boxes are checked, you should uncheck them since GameSalad supports none of those functions.

    If everything is already unchecked, then it's not going to be iCloud or anything in that area that is getting you rejected. I imagine it's going to have to do with Sandboxing if it's not iCloud.

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  • explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
    Where's the Provisioning Portal? Sorry.
  • SlickZeroSlickZero Houston, TexasPosts: 2,870Member, Sous Chef
    https://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action

    Log into the Dev Center above, and over on the right will be a column called "iOS Developer Program", and the link will be in that box "iOS Provisioning Portal"

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  • explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
    It's a mac game
  • SlickZeroSlickZero Houston, TexasPosts: 2,870Member, Sous Chef
    Yeah. I seem to keep on forgetting that...

    I don't have a Mac dev license, but it should be on the home page when you sign in to your developer account.

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  • explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
    Can't find it. Will ask gamesalad mac dev friend.
  • explogamesexplogames Posts: 8Member
    And get to work on the iPad version
  • garylgaryl Posts: 38PRO
    I'd be interested in a fix too. Just had a game rejected because of the com.apple.security.network.server entitlement being used...
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